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  • DEB, Navy in semis

    Dhaka Education Board (DEB) and Bangladesh Navy moved into the semifinals of the 31st ATN Bangla National Hockey Championship yesterday.

  • Navy, BAF in last eight

    Bangladesh Navy and Bangladesh Air Force emerged champions with their third straight wins in their respective groups to move into the quarterfinals of the ATN Bangla National Hockey Championship at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Oman defeat hurts Bangladesh hopes

    Bangladesh's primary target of reaching the semifinals of the Hockey World League Round-2 received a big blow when the hosts surrendered the lead twice to suffer a 2-3 defeat against Oman in their last match of Pool A at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • There’s no reason for Malaysia to fail in Dhaka tournament

    As the highest-ranked side in the World Hockey League Round Two tournament, Malaysia should win it hands down, right?

  • BHF names 18-man squad as team beat Ghana

    Bangladesh beat Ghana 1-0 in the third and final preparation match yesterday as the game's governing body shored up preparations for hosting the Hockey World League (Round 2) to be held in Dhaka from March 4 to 12.

  • Dhaka finish third

    Dhaka District finished third in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship with a massive 10-4 win over Dinajpur at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • BKSP, DEB face off in final

    Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) and Dhaka Educational Board (DEB) have moved into the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship final by beating their respective rivals at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Massive wins for Dhaka teams

    Dhaka District and Dhaka Educational Board posted massive wins in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • BD aim for top spot

    Following the withdrawal of favourites Canada from the Hockey World League Round-2, hosts Bangladesh now dream of moving into the 20-team third round by topping their group when the round begins from March 4.

  • Hridoy's 7 powers Narayanganj

    A double hattrick from Hridoy Hossain powered Narayanganj to a massive 9-0 win over Chuwadanga in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Dhaka blank Chittagong

    Dhaka, Jessore and Naogaon notched up victories in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Competition at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Ctg edge Rajshahi on penalties

    Chittagong Division beat Rajshahi Division 5-4 in a penalty shootout in their knock-out round fixture of the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Tournament at the Maulana Bhasani National Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • BKSP make flying start

    Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan made a flying start in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship with a massive 8-0 win over Barisal at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Youth hockey starts today

    Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Competition starts at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium today, with a total of 38 teams taking part.

  • Who employs Oliver Kurtz?

    German hockey coach Oliver Kurtz has been sitting idle in the capital for the last two days as an his appointment as Bangladesh national team's head coach has stalled over a row between the Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) and one of its vice presidents.

  • BHF accepts Kurtz picks

    The Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) yesterday announced a 28-member preliminary squad for the Hockey World League Round-2 with the inclusion of 10 young players.

  • Navy clinch title

    National player-studded Bangladesh Navy clinched the title of Marcel Victory Day Hockey tournament with a 3-2 win in tiebreaker over Bangladesh Army in the final at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Navy, Army set up final clash

    Star-studded Bangladesh Navy and Bangladesh Army moved into Monday's final of the Marcel Victory Day Hockey tournament with convincing wins in their respective semifinals at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Air Force, Army win big

    Bangladesh Air Force thrashed Chandgaon Sporting Club of Chittagong 12-1 in the Marcel Victory Day Hockey Competition at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Victory Day hockey from tomorrow

    The 13th Victory Day Hockey Competition starts tomorrow at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium in Dhaka. Six teams, split into two groups, will vie for the title of the eight-day competition.

  • 500 fine for tardiness!

    These are days of demonetisation and India's hockey players are 'extra cautious' with their hard earned cash with strict disciplinarian Roelant Oltmans imposing a fine of Rs 500 on any player, who is late for their training sessions, get-togethers or official functions.

  • Kurtz considers practice plans

    Bangladesh's German hockey coach Oliver Kurtz is mulling over the idea of taking the national team to South Africa to play a few practice matches as a part of the preparation for the World Hockey League Round-2, which is to be held from March 4 to 12 in Dhaka.

  • Kurtz starts camp for HWL

    With two-and-a-half months left to the start of the Hockey World League (HWL) Round-2 in Dhaka, Bangladesh head coach Oliver Kurtz has started his selection process.

  • Bangladesh storm into final

    Bangladesh romped into the final of the 5th Men's AHF Cup after thrashing Singapore 8-0 in the first semifinal today.

  • Bangladesh eye top finish

    Bangladesh hockey team will be hoping to finish on top of Pool A in the Men's 5th AHF Cup when they take on lowly Macau in the final pool match at King's Park hockey ground in Hong Kong today.

  • Bangladesh take on Taipei today

    After smiting Hong Kong 4-2 in their opening match, defending champions Bangladesh could grab the pole position of Pool A with a win against Chinese Taipei in their 5th Men's AHF Cup fixture today.

  • AHF Cup Squad: Chayan, Rana return

    Defender Mamunur Rahman Chayan and midfielder Kamruzzaman Rana staged comebacks to the national hockey team when new German coach Oliver Kurtz picked an 18-member squad for the 5th Men's AHF Cup.

  • Hockey team content with European tour

    Bangladesh is seemingly taking this month's 5th Men's AHF Cup in Hong Kong as preparation for the World Hockey League Round-2, which will be held in Dhaka in March next year.

  • Hockey team hold Austria

    Bangladesh national hockey team held Austria to a 3-3 draw in their first practice match in Austria yesterday, according to a post

  • BAF Shaheen Dhaka retain title

    BAF Shaheen College of Dhaka retained the title of the Inter-Shaheen Hockey tournament with a massive 6-0 win over BAF Shaheen College of Comilla in the final on the newly laid turf at the BAF Shaheen College ground yesterday.

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